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Fast, long range and simple, the Skyrocket is an flying wing paper airplane that anyone can make and pilot. TAA USAF Designation: A94-1
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper Tape Scissors Optional: Pencil Ruler
Begin making your Skyrocket by folding it in half along its width. Once you have the paper halved, fold down the corner. Repeat on the other side.
Open your previous folds up and then pull the corners to the established crease.
Fold the paper of the corner folds you just worked on in again. Once this is done, pull the tip of the nose down to the trailing edge. ...
Fold your airplane up in half along its center crease. About an inch in from the trailing edge, use your scissors to make a cut reaching roughly 1 ...
Apply tape to your Skyrocket along the center back of the counterweight.
Like the Skystreak and Skycruiser before it, the Skyrocket is an easy-to-fly flying wing. Having swept wingtips, the Skyrocket is less prone to damage when impacting the ground wingtip-first. Enjoy!
Fast, long range and simple, the Skyrocket is an flying wing paper airplane that anyone can make and pilot.
TAA USAF Designation: A94-1
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